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The most prominent feature of the recently completed program for the Union dinner on Friday is the announcement of next year's officers. Ballots have already been sent out, and in order that the election returns may all be in before the dinner, it is essential that they be sent back to the Union immediately.
The dinner is open to all members of the Union who register before tomorrow night. Those who are unable to sign for dinner, however, will be admitted to the succeeding entertainment.
This is the first spring dinner ever held by the Union at which there are to be no speeches. The program consists of songs by B. S. Cogan '23 and R. P. Bullard '24, a few selections by C. E. Henderson '28, this spring's Hasty Pudding specialty artist, and a movie featuring Charlie Chaplin in "A Dog's Life."
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